After a few complicated years due to the pandemic, the Costa Brava Stage Run was finally able to celebrate its 3rd edition last October with great organizational success and eager for “more”.

The 4th edition of the CBSR will return to its original dates in spring, and will be held in just over 4 months, from April 1 to 3, 2022 with its classic 3 stages between 30 and 50km each depending on the modality. In addition, the new edition will present some changes in the 2nd stage that will have a spectacular finish in l’Estartit with the Medes Islands as a backdrop. This change has caused the long modality of the race, the CBSR120K to start in Platja d’Aro instead of Palamós, adding a classic and very entertaining section of the coastal path between Platja d’Aro and Sant Antoni de Calonge. The short modality (CBSR80K) will also advance its start 10km and will start in Calella de Palafrugell instead of Aiguablava, which will allow the runners to pass through emblematic points such as Llafranc, the Sant Sebastià lighthouse, Cala Pedrosa or Tamariu.

Next Friday, November 26 at 9am in the morning, registrations will open for the 2022 edition that promises to have a great participation and birng the runners to a journey along the Costa Brava where the organization take care of everything during the days of race. Once registered in the CBSR, the runners only have to worry about training, the rest is all included: food stations, recovery massage, professional high-quality photographs, accommodation, luggage transport…

For more information on all included services and registration, you can consult it on their website https://cbsr.run.

On the other hand, we remind you that the Pyrenees Stage Run, the 7-day stage race in the Pyrenees, already has open registrations and will be held from September 4 to 10, 2022. You can find more information and registrations on its website https://psr.run.

The Pyrenees and the Costa Brava Stage Run would not be possible without the support of Main Sponsor Tuga Active Wear, Technical Sponsor Garmin and the BiFree Sports organization.

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